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Class Notes

Warner School of Education

1968 Mary Lou Myers Grevatt (MA) (see ’57 College).

1969 John Cotnam (EdD) sends a photo of himself and two other Rochester alumni at a luncheon of the Monomoy Yacht Club held last June at the Wequassett Resort in Harwich, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Pictured from left to right are John, Read Moffett ’70 (PhD), who earned his doctorate in physics, and Donald Edge ’74 (PhD), who earned his doctorate in English.

1970 Richard Kellogg (EdD), a professor emeritus of psychology at Alfred State College, has published Barry Baskerville Traps a Thief (Airship 27), the third book in his Sherlock Holmes–inspired series for children ages 6 to 10.

1994 Don Drennon Gala (PhD) writes that he has contributed three chapters to three recent books on special education. “Preparing Teachers to Maximize the Potential of Gifted Students” appears in Critical Issues Preparing Effective Early Childhood Special Education Teachers for the 21st Century Classroom: Interdisciplinary Perspectives (Information Age Publishing); “Diversity, Technology, and Global Interaction: Educational Implications,” appears in Diversity in the Classroom: Integrated Framework beyond Chalk and Talk (Linus Publications); and “Families and Students with Learning Disabilities,” is included in Learning Disabilities: Practice Concerns and Students with LD (Emerald Group). Don adds: “My upcoming work will address both home and school environments and the perceptions of safety and social support and their impact on learning and behavior.” Don retired from the Federal Bureau of Prisons in 2008, where he was a federal law enforcement officer working in treatment, case management, and investigations. He’s now an independent contractor with the Department of Justice.

2013 Michelle Desrosiers (MS) (see ’09 College).

2014 Jack Connell (EdD) has been named executive vice president for enrollment and strategic initiatives at Roberts Wesleyan College.